Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive

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Subject: Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive
From: colin trainor <>
Date: Sun, 28 Jul 2013 07:52:28 +0930

I think they've probably only recently started to update
Species Accounts, and in the updated text are linking to photos (covering 
subspecific/geographic phenological variation), videos, sound-recordings, ?pdfs 
of papers,
or perhaps giving access to some papers (depending on copyright).

If you have publications, photos, videos or sound recordings of calls not
covered by current published knowledge (eg. in HANZAB or HBW) it might be worth
considering making it available to the HBW team.

For photos and videos – I suggest to stick them on the Internet Bird Collection
(within same broader project, sort of)

Sound recordings – Xeno-Canto or IBC, or AVOCET

Publications – send directly by email, or give a web link.






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